Low-carb or low-fat – and my 45-second fat-burning secret

Low carb or low fat - and my 45 second fat-burning secret

You’ll love using this secret today and getting on the scale tomorrow morning…

—-Important Message—-

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Low-carb vs low-fat: Which is better for men?

The standard American diet (SAD) is associated with the explosion in chronic diseases over the last few decades. Most experts agree on this.

There is still a lot of debate over why the standard American diet is a problem.

Much of this debate centers around the importance of fats and carbohydrates. 

The Standard American Diet contains a lot of both.

Some claim a low-carbohydrate diet is healthier. Others claim a low-fat diet improves health.

Good research into these diets is lacking. And well-designed studies will take years to complete.

But a recent study shows that low-fat diets may be better for cardiovascular health than low-carbohydrate diets.

Acute Endothelial Benefits of Fat Restriction over Carbohydrate Restriction in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: Beyond Carbs and Fats.

These scientists carried out their human research at the German Institute of Human Nutrition Potsdam-Rehbruecke, Germany. They published their results in the journal Nutrients.

Many of the problems associated with the modern diet center around type 2 diabetes. 

And cardiovascular disease is the major risk associated with type 2 diabetes.

“Cardiovascular diseases are the major cause of mortality in type 2 diabetes patients.”

There are dozens of tests that can look at the various types of damage caused by type 2 diabetes. 

Flow-mediated dilation is the single best test for cardiovascular disease risk.

They measure flow-mediated dilation by a device placed on the arm that tests the health of the blood vessels.

One large study found that patients with poor flow-mediated dilation were nearly 3 times more likely to experience cardiovascular events over the next five years.

The researchers looked at a couple of experimental diets and how they affected flow-mediated dilation.

Both of the diets were low-calorie. 

One of the diets was also low in carbohydrates. The other diet was low-fat.

“We aimed to compare the acute effects of a very low-carbohydrate diet versus a hypocaloric low-fat diet on flow-mediated dilation.”

The study recruited 36 men and women diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.

They randomly split these people into two diet groups and put them on experimental diets for three weeks.

“36 patients were randomly assigned to the low-carb diet or to the low-fat diet for 3 weeks.”

They did a number of tests, including flow-mediated dilation, before and after the study.

Both diets led to the participants losing weight.

“Both dietary strategies reduced body weight and body fat.”

The low-fat group experienced significantly more improvements in flow-mediated dilation.

“The low-fat group experienced a significantly greater enhancement of flow-mediated dilation compared to the very low carbohydrate group.”

These results indicate that low-fat diets may be much better for cardiovascular health than low-carb diets.

The results are even more powerful given the restrictions used in the two diets.

The low-carbohydrate diet limited carbohydrate intake to less than 10% of total calories.

“The low-carbohydrate diet was aimed to be ketogenic with a carbohydrate daily intake of 5–10% of calories.”

But people in the low-fat diet were able to eat up to 30% of their calories from fat.

“The low-fat diet was characterized by less than 30% of the total energy intake from fat.”

The improvement in cardiovascular risk from a low-fat diet may have been even greater if the diets had equivalent restrictions on fat and carbohydrate.

Cardiovascular diseases are the main cause of death in people with type 2 diabetes.

Flow-mediated dilation seems to be the best way to predict cardiovascular disease.

And this research shows that low-fat diets may be better for cardiovascular health.

“Given that cardiovascular disease is the major cause of mortality in type 2 diabetes, the impact of this dysfunctional network on vascular events needs to be considered.”

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health-related problems.

—-Important Message for Prediabetic and Diabetic Men—-

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